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Astronomers believe that at the center of most quasars is a
a) giant black hole b) lot of other stars c) multiverse d) open star cluster
Our solar system is located this distance from the center of the Milky Way galaxy.
a) 4.2 light-years b) 2500 AU c) 25,000 light-years d) 25,000 AU
Our solar system is located on this part of the Milky Way.
a) Orion Arm b) Pegasus Center c) Orion Center d) Pegasus Arm
The diameter of the Milky Way galaxy is approximately
a) 1000 light-years b) 10,000 AU c) 100,000 AU d) 100,000 light-years
The Milky Way galaxy is located in a group of galaxies called
a) The Local Group b) The Sagittarius Group c) The Scorpio Group d) The Orion Group
One of these choices is NOT a type of galaxy
a) elliptical b) spiral c) irregular d) globular
This type of galaxy contains lots of gas and dust, and has no defined shape
a) elliptical b) spiral c) irregular d) globular
This type of galaxy contains older stars and has very little gas and dust
a) elliptical b) spiral c) irregular d) globular
This type of galaxy resembles a pinwheel
a) elliptical b) spiral c) irregular d) globular
The Milky Way is a this type of galaxy
a) elliptical b) spiral c) irregular d) globular
Planets found orbitting around another star are known as
a) planetesimals b) exoplanets c) endoplanets d) endoplasmic reticulums
The zone in our solar system where life may exist is known as the
a) dead zone b) planet zone c) habitable zone d) twilight zone
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